This is absolutely beautiful and will make your want to stay home for Valentine's Day!
Had some fun creating this little sweet cocktail! I try to think about fun ways to celebrate Valentine's Day at home! It is so busy out on Valentine's Day so we like to just stay home and have a romantic meal, and then watch some fun movie. But if you stay home...you need to make things Special with a sweet cocktail, and some fun and inspiring meal so that you WANT to stay home. Maybe we are just old...and stodgy, but thinking about going out to dinner with tons of other people, waiting to be seated in a very busy restaurant doesn't put the romance in my dinner like a sweet, quiet one at home. Down side to this is...you've got to cook it. Keep it simple and tasty thinking about a quick cleanup will help.
This drink will make you WANT to stay home and celebrate, it is as delicious as it looks and I know you'll love it! If you like things on the sweeter side you may want to double the amount of lavender simple syrup.
Here is to wishing you a fun and Happy Valentine's Day!
Raspberry Lavender Champagne Float
1 package raspberries, fresh
1 Tbsp Lavender Simple Syrup
Vanilla Ice Cream
Champagne or prosecco
Lavender Cocktail Picks, garnish
Fill the bottom of your champagne glass with raspberries, top with a couple scoops of ice cream. Drizzle over the ice cream your 1 Tbsp of Lavender Simple Syrup, top off glass with champagne and more raspberries and garnish with Lavender Cocktail Picks.
Holidays are for gathering as family and friends. We like to invent new recipes each year. We keep it simple and not a lot of ingredients. A good cocktail does not have to be complicated, or have a million ingredients. Most people have vodka around so it's always a great place to start! We feel this particular Moscow Mule will put the right touch of festivity into your holiday! Cheers!
Garnish with Lavender Cocktail Picks and Cranberries
Cran-Lavender Moscow Mule
1 shot vodka
1 shot cranberry juice cocktail
1/2 shot Lime juice
1/2 shot Lavender Simple Syrup (to taste)
2 Shots Ginger Beer
Lavender Cocktail Picks (garnish)
To a shaker add your vodka, cranberry juice cocktail, lime juice and syrup. Shake until mixed and pour into Mule cups. Top with 2 shots of ginger beer and give a gentle stir. Add your cranberry and lavender garnish.
It's the season for cranberries, holidays, parties, family and friends. A great reason to make this Cranberry Mimosa! It's simple, easy and quick to make up and is a crowd pleaser!
Mimosa Morning! Easy to serve up with a batch of our Lavender Scone Mix for a fun and easy breakfast...just add some cut up oranges to round out this combination and you've got breakfast.
Cranberry Lavender Mimosa
1 Tablespoon Lavender Simple Syrup
1/4 cup cranberry juice cocktail
Top glass with champagne
Garnish with cranberries stuck on
Lavender Cocktail Picks
Add Lavender Simple Syrup and cranberry juice cocktail into your cocktail glass, top with champagne. Thread 3 cranberries onto a Lavender Cocktail Pick and garnish glass. Cheers!
Are you familiar with Champagne or the differences between Champagne, Prosecco and Brut? This cocktail recipe recipe made me do some research to find out which would be the best paired with our Lavender Simple Syrup. Champagne only comes from a province in France known as Champagne. This region produces sparkling white wine that bears its name in modern-day France. Many of the sparkling wines come with a hefty price tag as well.
For a more budget friendly alternative to Champagne, Prosecco is a lighter and cheaper option. It's made from white Prosecco grapes and has become increasingly popular at its more frugal side. It is a younger version of Champagne, but made throughout the world.
Another budget friendly sparkling wine choice is Brut. Brut is a much drier and less sweet version of champagne and prosecco.
So we will leave it with you on which you choose Champagne, Prosecco or Brut.
Perfect cocktail to celebrate a special event, wedding or New Years parties!
6 oz of Champagne, Prosecco or Brut
2 tsp Lavender Simple Syrup
Simply add 2 tsp Lavender Simple Syrup to a champagne flute glass top with champagne. Garnish with our Lavender Cocktail Picks.
I am Nicole Callen, lavender lover, farmer, and owner of Norwood Farm. My intention for this page is to bring you great lavender related content that you can use. Most of it contains culinary adventures that transpire in my kitchen, as I have a love for the complex floral flavor and depth that lavender brings to cooking.